YOU CAN produce your own upland kangkong seeds for planting. You just allow your plants to mature and bear flowers that will eventually produce seeds. The seeds you harvest will readily germinate whether you plant them direct in the plot are in a plastic seedling tray.
Upland kangkong produces a lot of seeds. The trick is not to harvest the shoots for cooking so that they will produce seeds. Photo shows a flowering upland kangkong. Dry the seeds before planting. If you don’t plant them immediately, store them in the refrigerator.
You can make a little business by producing kangkong seeds for sale. You can sell the seeds to hobbyists in weekend markets, garden club meetings and some other occasions.
One easy way to sell your seeds is to master the techniques in growing kangkong. Then you can lecture on how to grow kangkong before audiences consisting of garden lovers whether just beginning or veteran in the field. You should be ready with your seeds if there are attendees who would like to grow their own kangkong immediately after your lecture.